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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

[MUS2304] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (29 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
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Follow link in additional resources for journalist reviews. Album review: check out existing album reviews for common formats etc, use one of the album
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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUS 2304 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Leonard Cohen, Roots Rock, Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.

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15 Feb 2017
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Dependent on context and social function of the cultural form. Defined by repetition of certain technical and performative features: a given work belon
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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUS 2304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Blues Scale, Drum Kit, Reverberation

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14 Feb 2017
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Class 4: southern rock, roots rock, soft rock, hard rock, & stadium rock (feb 10, 2017) Mainly fill-in-the-blank and listening questions (no long answe
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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUS 2304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Counter-Melody, Ani Difranco, Neutral Milk Hotel

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14 Feb 2017
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Class 4: folk-rock, singer-songwriter, & indie rock (february 1, 2017) For midterm, examples that we spent a lot of time on are most likely to be on mi
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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUS 2304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), Newport Folk Festival, Plucked String Instrument

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30 Jan 2017
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Class 2: the beatles & the rolling stones (january 18, 2017) Ex: difference between folk and folk-rock amplified music & adding a back beat in folk roc
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UOTTAWAMUS 2304Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUS 2304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Merseybeats, Folk Rock, Blues Rock

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30 Jan 2017
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Inferior Parietal Lobule, Primary Motor Cortex, Supplementary Motor Area

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29 Nov 2016
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Conscious motor intention emerges in the inferior parietal lobule. In this review, we show that this second hypothesis is the most plausible. The time
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Microdialysis, Parallel Computing, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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13 Sep 2016
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Animal experiments: 1) negative (changes applied to the brain to see what happens): stimulation (ex: through chemicals), lesion, genetic models (mostly
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Social Rejection, Interpersonal Relationship, Pessimism

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28 Apr 2016
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Chapter 14 personality in context: interpersonal relations, culture, and development across the course of life. The most significant contexts in most p
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Frontal Lobe, Amygdala, Immanuel Kant

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28 Apr 2016
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Temperament: biologically based individual differences in emotional and motivational tendencies that are evident early in life. Temperament reflects th
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Extraversion And Introversion, Data Analysis, Job Performance

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23 Apr 2016
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Chapter 15 assessing personality theory and research. Primary difference in personality theories: qualitatively different units of analysis. Psychodyna
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Autobiographical Memory, Cognitive Psychology, Big Five Personality Traits

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23 Apr 2016
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Integrative perspectives: personality dispositions and processes i (april 8, 2016) Circle = biology, vertical rectangle = traits, vertical oval = envir
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Agreeableness, Social Isolation, Social Inhibition

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23 Apr 2016
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Clinical perspective: 2) dimensional model: extreme levels of normal personality traits. Personality disorders are extreme patterns of normal personali
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Egosyntonic And Egodystonic, Common Cause, Personality Disorder

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23 Apr 2016
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One special feature of people with personality disorders is that they"re egosyntonic. One of the major problems with personality disorders is their per
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UOTTAWAPSY 3303Dave MirandaWinter

PSY 3303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Twin Study, Behavioural Genetics, Longitudinal Study

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23 Apr 2016
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Ultimate causes: ways in which we"ve evolved. Evolutionary psychology: an approach to psychological inquiry that views human cognition and behaviour in
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UOTTAWAPSY 3377Sylvain GagnonWinter

PSY 3377 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Folgers, Eyewitness Testimony, Flashbulb Memory

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23 Apr 2016
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Memory is a process involved in retaining, retrieving, and using information about stimuli, events, images, ideas, and skills after the original inform
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UOTTAWAPSY 3377Sylvain GagnonWinter

PSY 3377 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fault Tolerance, Parietal Lobe, Somatotopic Arrangement

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23 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 3377Sylvain GagnonWinter

PSY 3377 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Propranolol, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Action Potential

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23 Apr 2016
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Chapter 7 long-term memory: encoding, retrieval, and consolidation. Encoding the process of acquiring information and transferring it into ltm. Encodin
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Graham LorrieWinter

ENG 1120 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hills Like White Elephants, Short Story Cycle, Nonlinear Narrative

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23 Apr 2016
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Looks at literature as mirroring the institutions from which it arises and is itself a social institution that has a particular ideological focus. Clas
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Graham LorrieWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Feminist Literary Criticism, Edwidge Danticat, Hills Like White Elephants

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23 Apr 2016
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Lecture 9 new york day women , girl , & a primer for the punctuation of heart. Born in haiti, grew up in u. s. Gained fame and exposure through oprah"s
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UOTTAWAMUS 2310Genevieve BoucherWinter

MUS 2310 Study Guide - Final Guide: Remote Control Productions, Oscillator Sync, Melodrama

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23 Apr 2016
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Sound and music were used to heighten reality: also had esthetically appealing effect of drowning out the hiss of recording equipment. Audio background
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UOTTAWAMUS 2310Genevieve BoucherWinter

MUS 2310 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ostinato, Danny Elfman, The Wachowskis

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23 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Musicology, Media Studies, Culture Industry

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23 Apr 2016
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Scholarly (books or articles on sociology, media studies, musicology etc. ) Definition of popular music and the issues with the definition: Commerciali
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bone Machine, Love Rollercoaster, Smells Like Teen Spirit

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23 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Constructionism, Robin Thicke, Juicy J

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23 Apr 2016
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Norms: what is generally accepted by the pop/what is represented as normative in the media. Feminine and masculine behaviours are rooted in socializati
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The All-American Rejects, Intertextuality, Emo

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23 Apr 2016
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Organizing element based on: musical characteristics, time periods, uses, types of listeners. Style and genre conflated terms: style = musical elements
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Political Statement, Counterpoint, Eminem

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23 Apr 2016
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Notions of authenticity and uniqueness: mainstream can take up political issues. Eve"s love is blind was one of the first hip hop mainstream songs to b
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Will Straw, Riot Grrrl, Kate Bush

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23 Apr 2016
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Chapter 12: social change, conscience rock & identity politics. Practically every aspect of the production and consumption of popular music involves th
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Connel, The Midlands, Alternative Rock

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23 Apr 2016
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In the us, the consumer potential of the new teenagers outstripped that of any other segment of the population, as between 1946 and 1958 teenage buying
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: When Doves Cry, Essentialism, Rhinoplasty

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23 Apr 2016
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Type of popular entertainment dating to 19th century but continued into first few decades of 20th century (around tin pan alley and early jazz age) Ste
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Heavy Metal Subculture, Talking Blues, Run–D.M.C.

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23 Apr 2016
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Chapter 6: it"s still rock n roll to me. Can be defined as a category or a type. Is a key component of text analysis, genre is widely used to analyze p
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Segue, Simon Frith, Intertextuality

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23 Apr 2016
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The term text" has been referred to as an author"s original words or a prose work. As a cultural studies term, text" can be referred to as any media fo
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Then He Kissed Me, Frank Zappa, To Know Him Is To Love Him

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23 Apr 2016
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Auteurs are selected for their innovative break with, or reworking of, established traditions and conventions. They generally exemplify two central asp
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Music Psychology, Bound 2, Incredible Bongo Band

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23 Apr 2016
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Wyclef and the beegees stayin" alive sampled song. More of a tribute to beegees (in the look) Bring older music to a new generation (artists gaining ex
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dolby Noise-Reduction System, Woofer, Sound Recording And Reproduction

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23 Apr 2016
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16th century, along with sheet music, which peaked at the end of the 19th century. The electric guitar allowed more dense and complicated guitar techni
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Performing Rights, Gangsta Rap, Teen Pop

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23 Apr 2016
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In 2011, emi was sold to universal giving it 40% of its market share (emi used to be another big record label) A lot of these companies hold a lot of e
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Media Studies, Dixie Chicks, Chord Progression

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23 Apr 2016
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Journalistic writing includes: reviews, magazine articles, and interviews: interviews: blogs, documentaries, etc. Journalistic writing = anything that"
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Irving Berlin, Justin Timberlake, Paul Whiteman

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23 Apr 2016
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Member of the frankfurt school of theorists and writers. Critical theory: adorno and his colleagues developed critical theory as an attempt to further
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UOTTAWAMUS 3308Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUS 3308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vertical Integration, Sound Recording And Reproduction, Mobile Music

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23 Apr 2016
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The record companies are the heart of the music industry. The music industry embraces a range of other institutions (not just record labels) and associ
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UOTTAWAPSY 4327Kathleen BiardWinter

PSY 4327 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: September 11 Attacks, Waking Life, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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13 Apr 2016
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Lecture 5 dreams, dream meaning, and mental health (april 1, 2016) Coping mechanisms: patients in italy vs. in canada dream differences, soldiers with
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